One whose claim or demand accrued or came into existence after a given fact or transaction, such as the recording of a deed or mortgage or the execution of a voluntary conveyance. McGhee v. Wells. 57 S. C. 280, 35 S. E. 529, 76 Am. St. Rep. 507; Evans v. Lewis, 30 Ohio St. 14

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